The Washington Times - January 16, 2009, 09:52AM

Prominent Republican leaders say the party risks being viewed as a Southern-only bloc and must emulate Democrats’ successful effor tto compete in every state, Ralph Z. Hallow is reporting.

Yeah, having one party concentrated in the South and the other party in the North could be a problem, if I remember history correctly.


So the Republicans want to be more like the Democrats, and I thought they were trying NOT to be like the Democrats.  And it was working, too.